Northwest Center for Holocaust, Genocide and Ethnocide Education
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Washington State Holocaust
Education Resource Center:
Holocaust Remembrance Day Community Program
April 7, 2013
10:30am - Memorial Service at the Holocaust Memorial on Mercer Island, Stroum Jewish Community Center
2:30pm - Liberator and
Liberated: A liberator of Buchenwald and a survivor of
Buchenwald share their stories. At Kane Hall, Room 210,
University of Washington.
Leo Hymas, a US soldier who helped to liberate the Buchenwald concentration camp, and Robbie Waismann, a survivor of Buchenwald, share their powerful stories of compassion, survival, and hope. Kane Hall, Room 210, University of Washington, Seattle.
Sponsored by the Holocaust Center and the UW Jewish Studies program.
April 21, 2013
Kirkland Performance Center
Presented by the Holocaust Center and Seattle Chapter Hadassah. A one-woman show about growing up in a family of Holocaust survivors and resistance fighters that will have you laughing and crying in one breath. Reception and silent auction immediately following performance. All proceeds benefit Hadassah Medical Organization Pediatric Oncology. Purchase tickets online or call Kirkland Performance Center: 425-893-9900. $54/person.
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre:
Holocaust Commemorative Evening
Monday April 8, 2013 at 7pm
Wosk Auditorium 950 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver
Mariette Doduck, Holocaust Survivor;
Claire Klein Osipov, Vocalist;
Nancy DiNovo, Violinist;
Cantor Yaacov Orzech.
Artistic Producers Wendy Bross Stuart & Ron Stuart.
Holocaust survivors are invited to light a memorial candle. Survivors, please call 604-264-0499 for more information.
Nothing To Be Written Here
A Film By Wendy Oberlander
April 24, 2013 at 7pm
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
50 - 950 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver
Mixing personal narrative and historical
documentary, Nothing To Be Written
Here traces Wendy Oberlander's
discovery of her father’s wartime experiences. Exiled from
Austria in 1938, interned in Britain and transferred to Canada
in 1940, he was one of 2,300 Jewish refugees held behind barbed
wire alongside Nazi POWs. Examining the construction of memory
and history, Jew and nation, an elegant layering of film and
video images reveals an essay that builds on the complex and
silent inheritance unraveling in Oberlander’s hands.
Screening followed by Q & A with Wendy Oberlande.
March of Remembrance
April 7, 2013
To educate and honor the memory of the
For more information, please see https://www.facebook.com/MarchOfRemembranceBellingham